Definition of loudmouth in English:

loudmouth

Line breaks: loud|mouth
Pronunciation: /ˈlaʊdmaʊθ
 
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noun

informal

Derivatives

loud-mouthed

adjective
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  • Minutes after takeoff in the close confines of an airline cabin, a loud-mouthed passenger demands a beer and shoves an attendant.
  • While men were more likely to become uninhibited and loud-mouthed, women more frequently said the alcohol acted as a sedative.
  • For example, why is it that one is loud-mouthed when speaking out against social injustice but not when advocating tax cuts?

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